b. 1989, Nottingham, Britain. Guitarist and singer-songwriter Notman was one of the young musicians to create their tag on the united kingdom folk picture in the past due 00s. After learning electric guitar and piano young, she started playing live periods at Mansfield Folk Membership while still in her early teenagers. She researched music while completing her A-levels at Bilborough University, where she also started carrying out with fellow college student Bryony Bainbridge. The duo reached the finals from the BBC Youthful Folk Award 2007 and gained several other motivating notices for his or her achieved musicianship. Notman gradually built a single reputation with intensive touring and event appearances, and finished her debut recording Threads by using fellow young music artists Bella Hardy, Saul Rose and Hannah Edmonds. The recording, that was released within the Mrs Casey label by the end of 2007, presented some inventive preparations of folk classics including Richard Thompson’s ‘Farewell, Farewell’ and Dougie MacLean’s ‘Caledonia’, alongside amazing original material like the haunting ‘Fause Fause’.